In pictures: London attack aftermath

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image captionThe flag above the Houses of Parliament flew at half mast following Wednesday's attack on Westminster that left five people dead, including the attacker, and many injured.
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image captionThe attacker, identified as Khalid Masood, 52, drove a car along the pavement on Westminster Bridge, knocking down pedestrians, before killing a policeman in the grounds of Parliament.
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image captionMembers of the public brought flowers to lay outside New Scotland Yard in tribute to PC Keith Palmer.
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image captionOthers left them near to the scene of the attack in Westminster.
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image captionMembers of Parliament held a minute's silence in Westminster on Thursday morning.
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image captionAnd a silence was also held outside New Scotland Yard.
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image captionOfficers continued to search the area for forensic evidence.
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image captionPrime Minister Theresa May said there was no reason to believe there would be imminent further attacks. She also said the UK's threat level was set at severe, and would not change.
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image captionWestminster Bridge reopened less than 24 hours after the attack.
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image captionArmed officers remained very visible around the area.
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image captionMembers of the British Transport Police paused for a moment after laying floral tributes on Westminster Bridge.
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image captionA man pauses in front of floral tributes laid in honour of PC Keith Palmer at the National Police Memorial in Westminster. In a statement, the PC's family said he was a "friend to everyone who knew him".
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image captionPeople gathered in London's Trafalgar Square on Thursday to pay their respects to those who were injured and killed in the attack.
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image captionThe candlelit vigil in Trafalgar Square was also marked by speeches, including one by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, who described the city as "full of amazing people from all backgrounds, and when Londoners face adversity we always pull together".
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image captionOn Friday, inter-faith leaders held a vigil in the grounds of Westminster Abbey.
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image captionThe Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby, is seen during the vigil embracing Sheikh Khalifa Ezzat, chief Imam and head of religious affairs at the London Central Mosque.

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